P2-4 learned the layers of the ocean. For example the darkest layer is called the trench. They also painted all the different layers for art. They enjoyed it very much and they are still doing it now!
By REUBEN and BRANDON
School is closed again today. I hope everyone is safe in this cold weather.
Things to do other than destroy your brains with devices or TV:
Bring any work in to present, like you do after holidays.
Best wishes and stay safe,
It’s Mr Mac’s last day and we wished him good luck.
The little class had all written good luck messages, which they read for Mr McIntyre.
Following that, the big class sang a song that they have learned as part of their Lochinvar Project.
Next the big class all performed a poem they wrote called: D’ ye mind ae Mr Mac?
Good luck Mr Mac and all the best!
From all at Brydekirk Primary
Today is the last day of a busy first term.
After discussing Holiday Homework, here are some ideas:
Reading: library books have been issued.
Tin Whistle: 2 new tunes have been issued to any class members interested.
Otherwise, we discussed doing something related to any places you visit, for example a diary or journal. Anything Nonsense related would be fine, for example writing and illustrating a story using characters from a Nonsense poem. As ever anyone else who wants to work on their own project should do so and all work can be presented on the first week back. Of course those who want to set themselves a challenge on iXL or anything else should go for that too.
Make sure you have a good break too and enjoy your holiday.
P5-7 have been working really hard making WW2 scale drawings. Here’s a sneak preview.
Here’s a recording from the reading in class, for our transitioning P7s.